Thank You for Your Submission to the Synthetic Identity Fraud Mitigation Service Providers List

Thank you for submitting information about your organization and its synthetic identity fraud prevention and detection product(s) and/or service(s). The Synthetic Identity Fraud Mitigation Toolkit’s Module 9 is intended to offer a repository of information that helps organizations more quickly improve their fraud mitigation strategies by reducing the time required to research service providers and their products or services.

What’s next: The Federal Reserve will accept submission forms until 5 p.m. CST on Friday, September 2, 2022 for an initial publication of the service providers list in fall 2022. (Subsequent submissions will be periodically reviewed and added to the list.) The Federal Reserve will not evaluate or judge the content of the submissions other than to establish compliance with the rules for participation and the appropriateness of the submission’s inclusion on the list.

When you’ll be notified: Via email, the Federal Reserve will communicate the results of its submission review to service providers in early October. Accepted submissions will appear on the list of synthetic identity fraud mitigation service providers to be posted on the toolkit’s module webpage. In some cases, verification or requests for updated information may be required (for example, to address grammatical errors). Service providers whose submissions did not meet the criteria may resubmit their forms with the updated information.

Post-publication: Service providers may not suggest or imply, either directly or indirectly, any partnership, relationship, approval or endorsement by the Federal Reserve for the products and services being presented. Doing so may result in your removal from the list.

The Synthetic Identity Fraud Mitigation Toolkit was developed with contributions from industry experts. Continued collaboration with fraud professionals to expand the toolkit will help the payments industry better understand and address synthetic identity fraud.